5282. naaman
Strong's Concordance
naaman: pleasantness
Original Word: נַעֲמָן
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: naaman
Phonetic Spelling: (nah-am-awn')
Definition: pleasantness
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from naem
NASB Translation
delightful (1).

I. [נַעֲמָן] noun [masculine] usually pleasantness (so Thes amoenitas), but perhaps epithet of Adonis (so MoPhoen. i. 227 LagSymm. i. 468; Semit. i. 32 who compare red flower called [see Lane1578], i.e. wound of Adonis, whence ἀνεμώη; compare Ew Proph. i. 364 RSProph. vi. n. 10 and see LewyFremdwörter, 49); — only plural נִטְעֵי נַעֲמָנִים Isaiah 17:10 (ᵐ5 φύτευμα ἄπιστον) perhaps = Adonis-plantations, or gardens (on double plural see Ges§ 124q; and on Ἀδώνιδος κῆποι see RochetteRev. Archéol. viii. 1851, 105-123 Daremberg et SaglioDict. des Antiquités (1877), i. 73, and references WSmithDict. Antiq. (3) i. 25 Fl in LevyNHWB iv. 229).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From na'em; pleasantness (plural as concrete) -- pleasant.

see HEBREW na'em

Forms and Transliterations
נַעֲמָנִ֔ים נעמנים na‘ămānîm na·‘ă·mā·nîm naamaNim
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Englishman's Concordance
Isaiah 17:10
HEB: תִּטְּעִי֙ נִטְעֵ֣י נַעֲמָנִ֔ים וּזְמֹ֥רַת זָ֖ר
NAS: you plant delightful plants
KJV: therefore shalt thou plant pleasant plants,
INT: plant plants delightful vine of a strange

1 Occurrence

Strong's Hebrew 5282
1 Occurrence

na·‘ă·mā·nîm — 1 Occ.

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